Nine Beliefs of Hinduism
Hinduism is the oldest living religion on the earth, which has 33 crore of god and goddess. It is also known as ‘Sanatana Dharma’ because it origin is never traced and no one knows about its starting. The main components of this religion are ‘Karma’ and ‘Dharma’. The Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu and Lord Bhrama are the creator of Hinduism. The nine beliefs are:
1) The Supreme God
Lord Shiva is the god of gods. He created Lord Vishnu to manage the day-today functionality of the universe. Lord Vishnu created Lord Bhrama to assist him in the maintenance of the worldly things such as living thing, non living things. Bhrama is the god of creation and one among the Trimurti (Bhrama, Vishnu and Shiva). Bhrama is the father of all human beings. Hence, the Shiva, the supreme god controls everything in this universe.
2) The Holy Scriptures, The Vedas
Vedas consists of Hinduism’s holy text which includes prayers, hymns, songs, legends, practices, and words from god, which is the foundation of our Great religion Hinduism. Vedas is a Sanskrit word which means knowledge. Goddess Gayatri is the Vedmata because all the Vedas are derived from Gayatri Mantra. The Vedas – Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samaveda, Atharvaveda. This Vedas is the collection of hymns, formulas, spells etc. the basic principles of Hinduism.
3) The Cycle of creation, preservation and dissolution
Hinduism believes in the reincarnation, astral world, rebirth and life after death. It also believes whatever one do in his present will make his future.
4) Karma and Dharma
Hinduism believes in the law of Karma and Dharma. It means whatever one do in his present will make his future and decides his rebirth. The person will born in the particular specie such as Insect, Animal, Plant etc. is according to his deeds one perform in his entire lifespan. Thatswhy every Hindu is admired to help needy and poor, respect everyone religion, perform puja and Hawan, take vegetarian diets etc.
5) Reincarnation and Moksha
It is believed in Hinduism that if any person perform bad deeds in his life. He has to take many births to attain Moksha, to correct his deeds. Then only the soul will be set free and attain peace in the hands of god.
6) Divine Beings
Hinduism believes in the divine beings which exist in the invisible world. The daily worships, rituals, practices, sacraments, hymns, and personal devotionals make the direct attachment (or communication) between you and the Almighty God.
7) Sat Guru or Spiritual teacher
The teacher is one who creates the personality of a student. A Sat Guru is needed in every child’s life because he will teach you the personal discipline, purification, meditation, self-inquiry, yoga etc. to become successful in the life.
8) Respect other religion
Hinduism believes no particular religion (Islam, Christianity, and Judaism etc.) tells the only path to salvation. But, the religion is the way to attain god. All the religion teaches us same thing ‘How to Live Life’, ‘How to attain God’ and ‘Let the others Live peacefully’.
9) Non-violence or Ahimsa
Hinduism teaches love, non-violence, non-injury and ‘how each life is to be loved’. That’s why it believes in Ahimsa.